Calaveras County man arrested for assault, multiple other charges
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MOKELUMNE HILL // Deputies with the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a 33-year-old man for assault (and several other charges) after being dispatched to his home for the second day in a row.
The first time, on January 29th, deputies received word that Jason Andahl had been involved in an assault incident involving a female victim, as well as reportedly threatening witnesses to said incident. When they arrived at the home, however, Andahl had already left.
The next day, when deputies returned, he was found and arrested. Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim had already been granted a criminal protective order against Andahl, legally barring him from having any contact with her.
Additionally, Andahl is listed as “out on bail” in relation to a previous assault arrest in 2017. He was also found to be in possession of a truck reported stolen out of Amador County, which has since been confiscated.
Andahl is now in custody at the Calaveras County Jail on a plethora of charges stemming from two separate cases:
- Inflicting corporal injury (273.5 PC)
- Criminal threats (422 PC)
- Violation of court order (166(A)(4) PC)
- Commission of a felony while out on bail (12022.1 PC)
- Stolen vehicle (10851 CVC)
- Possession of stolen property (496(D)(A) PC)
- Subsequent violation of court order (166(C)(4) PC)
All charges combined carry a total bail amount of $165,000.